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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of decipher.


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  • Earlier this year, City Planning released a revised handbook that deciphers the resolution's jargon.

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  • Out of the blue, Margaret receives a letter in terrible handwriting, which she deciphers as being an invitation from Vida Winter, who wants Margaret to write her biography.

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  • She doesn't stint on the academic jargon as she "deciphers" the deeper meaning of centerfolds in "the context of postwar America" and refers to "the feminist porn critique" and the "heterosexual project."

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  • Master the Art of War, for it deciphers the rules of all habitats.

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  • Home improvement blog This Old House deciphers what label codes mean, so you can buy the right kind for each room.

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  • Michael H. Evans A Private Vineyard Estate owner deciphers aromas during the crush process.

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  • Wil McCarthy deciphers the cyberpunk science of Sleep Dealer.

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  • (Witness his press-friendly insertion of "a code that translates DNA into English letters with punctuation" into the new bacterium, spelling out "the names of the 46 researchers who helped with the project, quotations from James Joyce, physicist Richard Feynman and J. Robert Oppenheimer, and a URL that anyone who deciphers the code can e-mail.")

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  • FAA Boston Center deciphers the message from American 11, and realizes hijackers control more than one plane.

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  • Kavia explains it all as she deciphers these numbers and symbols, scratching out calculations that even Bill Gates would grapple with.

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